“The only way you will ever permanently take control of your financial life is to dig deep and fix the root problem.” Suze Orman
What is financial freedom?
Does financial freedom simply mean having a surplus, when you subtract expenses from your income level?
Does financial freedom simply boil down to budgeting, savings and monthly spreadsheets?
Many of us have been on the search for financial freedom, ever since reading the book, Rich Dad Poor Dad, by Robert Kiyosaki. We go about this search by attending workshops and participating in schemes to help us “make money quick”. We become focused on getting our computations right.
Well, if you have merely understood financial freedom at this level, you could have missed out on its deeper meaning altogether. Sure, the accounting aspect is important but it is just one factor in the whole idea of financial freedom. [click to continue…]
“A breakthrough happens when you finally make the decision not to settle for anything less than what you deserve. It is when the impossible becomes possible. It is when you become free of what has held you back from becoming your highest potential.” Abundance Alchemy Program
Julie Cumming, my client from Australia, graciously agreed to provide a video testimonial for having worked together for money breakthroughs in my Abundance Alchemy Program. While listening to her during the recording, I was bowled over what she had to say. View the video below….
“Self-care is not self-indulgence. It is essential for your well-being. With self-care, you give yourself the sacred permission to be well.”
I had a bad fall last week. It resulted in multiple visits to the clinic for X-rays, reviews and check up. It was not the physical injury that shook me most, but the emotional trauma. For a while, I was also angry with myself for being so careless.
To begin with, I was frustrated over having to spend unnecessary money, time and attention. I did not like the idea of having to reschedule all my appointments and having to delay my work plans. I started off by lying in bed, caught in self-pity. My inner critic went: so much for being advocate of self-care and an author of a Self-Love book! [click to continue…]